Get a Life, Chloe Brown Spotlight
I haven’t started this book yet but I plan to in the next few weeks or so. But I just love the cover and had to spotlight it.
One of my biggest complaints about books with “curvy” or “voluptuous” or “full-figured” women is the cover never shows a curvy, voluptuous, or full-figured woman. They are still rather small or petite and it drives me nuts. I can think of five books off the top of my head by big name authors that have done this (I understand that authors don’t always have say over their covers but these big name authors come from big name publishing houses and at this point, most likely have some say over their covers). Even if the blurb on the back of the book describes the woman as “bigger than average” the cover still shows an itty bitty woman! Why? What are you doing? That is stupid. Publishers would never let a heavier woman on a cover when the woman in the book is described as skinny. So, why is it ok for the opposite to happen? I’ll tell you, it’s not.
However, when I saw the cover of Get a Life, Chloe Brown I was so excited! The woman on the cover matches the description of the woman in the book! Yes! See, publishers that wasn’t so hard, was it? Talia Hibbert if that was because of you then I love you even more than I did before. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I’m so excited to read this book for so many reasons and I can’t wait to write a review so you guys get excited as well. If you haven’t read Talia Hibbert before, you’re missing out. She is able to write so many different characters and genres with no hinderance. Each character and book has it’s own voice! She is such a fantastic writer!!!
If you’re interested in finding out more about her then check out the Heaving Bosoms podcast, they have an interview with the amazing Talia Hibbert up and it’s fantastic. And no, I will never stop talking about the Heaving Bosoms podcast- ever. Get used to it!